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Syracuse

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Boeheim's Army blows pair of gimmies.

Rick Jackson was known for his inside scoring at Syracuse, but he didn't show those skills on this sequence during an eventual win in the Super 16 of The Basketball Tournament.

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The last time Stevens coached Hayward.

Take a look back at the last time Gordon Hayward played for coach Brad Stevens with the SportsCenter highlight of the 2010 NCAA Championship.

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High school players trying to create superteams.

Seth Greenberg and Jeff Goodman join OTL to examine how top recruits are planning super teams at big college basketball programs.

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Can Bagley III join the class of 2017?

Paul Biancardi explains the likeliness of Marvin Bagley III reclassifying and accelerating his recruiting process before the start of his senior year.

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Utah

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Team Utah tops Team Fredette on a game-winning shot.

Former Ute Tim Drisdom sinks the game-winning 3-pointer with 0.8 seconds left to lift Team Utah in their first-round TBT matchup.

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Xavier

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Reynolds finishes big alley-oop with a pull-up.

Xavier alum Jalen Reynolds goes behind the back on his pass then slams home the alley-oop, but gets a technical foul for doing a pull-up on the rim.

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